This blog is documenting my mission to drink 300 different beers before my 30th birthday.  I’m not a beer expert or geek and I’m definitely not one of those beer snoots who claims to know everything about beer. Just adventures and my unprofessional opinion. Cheers!


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  1. I wanted to thank you for visiting The Beer Trappe on your beery quest last Sunday. We enjoyed having you in for the day. I enjoy reading your impressions of your beers and the other memories that help you remember them. Feel free to stop in or contact me any time you like for anything beer related.


  2. Hey Girl..It was nice meeting you and your boyfriend on Saturday…Look forward to trying all the beers you gave the thumbs up …..I will see you at the Turkey Day Classic..lol

  3. Hi Kit, I follow you on Twitter and enjoy your posts – we’d like to aim to be a part of your 300 beers!

    I’m writing today to invite you to our “Before Party,” an event we’re hosting this Saturday, 2/22 from 2-5.

    Fannin Brewing Company is a sort-of new brewery. We’ve been brewing out of the Blue Ridge Brewery for the last two years, and we’re in about 30 North Georgia restaurants (we’re currently with Eagle Rock Distributing), but we hit capacity and had to move out on our own. We’re aiming to open this spring with a brew facility and tasting room, and we’re currently running a Kickstarter campaign to round things out. The “Before Party” is to let folks know what we’re planning.

    We hope you can join us – details are here: http://www.fanninbrewingcompany.com/#!events/c66t


    Jody Fennell
    Fannin Brewing Company

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